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Forum: General
Considering changing email address?
simon3 13 hours ago.
Recently Eir, the Irish telco, have announced that their previously "free" email service with "eircom.net" domain name will now have a monthly charge. Many are surprised or annoyed at this some ev...

  
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Binn na mBan: Calm during a storm
strangeweaver a day ago.
On a day when storm Dennis scuppered my plans to ascend Masatiompa Binn na mBan offered some solace and magnificent views off to the west. It is easily taken in by a slight detour from the Dingle ...

  
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Knockbrack, Dromderloughs, Knockrower, Shaking Rock and Knocknaguish
billbaggins a day ago.
walk, Len: 17.7km, Climb: 1009m, Area: Knockbrack, Mangerton (Ireland) Knockbra...

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Tully Mountain: Photo for Tully
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 a day ago.
Full short summary required.

  
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The three SW tops of the Twelve Bens on a Winter day.
simon3 a day ago.
The walk starts to the west of Benglenisky. There used to be a forest here however it has been removed after a bog r... walk, Len: 8.0km, Climb: 616m, Area: Benglenisky, Twelve Bens (Ireland) Bengl||

  
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Binn Gabhar: Fine peak can be completed in isolation.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 2 days ago.
Bengower may be approached via Benlettery or Benglenisky. For these starting points, parking, routes etc consult relevant entry. Alternatively it may be completed in its own right. Turn off N59 at...

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Oldbridge walk to Scarr with mid-level return.
simon3 a week ago.
This walk is somewhat similar to another that has been uploaded, however it has a longer and more interesting ret... walk, Len: 17.1km, Climb: 655m, Area: Scarr North-West Top, Dublin/Wicklow (Ir|...

  
Summit Summary
Benlettery: Most southerly Ben is a beautiful, rugged summit
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 2 days ago.
Taking the N59 to Clifden, there are two places to start from. Near L75873 48578 there is a car parking and a stile to start you off. It is then possible to go up a prominent ridge extending NE to...

  
Forum: General
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mcrtchly 2 days ago.
Tried to put this into comments but always fails to upload. Works OK in Motley Views. Any ideas why? I'm uploading via 3 Ireland mobile network

Track
Aspin-Payolle loop
David-Guenot a week ago.
This loop starts from the Col d'Aspin (1493m) but could also be started from the Lac de Payolle, which is the lower walk, Len: 15.5km, Climb: 1088m, Area: France, Occitanie () ||

  
Summit Summary
Benglenisky: Southern Bens easiest way up.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 2 days ago.
Driving towards Clifden along the N59, go 2km past the Benlettery Hostel and take the minor road on the right. I.5km along this, at point L750 499, there is a large space for parking on the right,...

  
Forum: Suggestions
Coastal Hills: 35 added for Kerry
simon3 2 months ago.
MountainViews has been describing "Coastal Hills" for the island of Ireland. They are places which typically overlook the sea and may form part of coastal walks. They are defined as being within ...


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